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BBC pundit predicts West Ham joy

BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson predicts all three points will go West Ham’s way this Saturday. Lawro writes on the BBC website: It is going to be very interesting to see what the atmosphere is like at London Stadium after what happened there in West Ham’s last home game – the 3-0 loss to Burnley. That […]

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Match day checks for three Hammers

David Moyes will leave decisions over the involvement of three players against Southampton until Saturday as their various ‘injury’ issues are addressed. The Irons boss will check out Manu Lanzini, Cheik Kouyate and James Collins ahead of the Southampton match with the Argentinian midfielder currently rated the most doubtful. The player has suffered a muscle […]

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Where Are They Now? Paolo Di Canio

Whether members of the Claret & Blue refer to him as a cult hero or a West Ham United club legend, Italian striker Paolo Di Canio was certainly one of the more memorable stars to turn out at the Boleyn Ground, doing so between the years of 1999 and 2003 and scoring nearly 50 goals in the process. But, who did the charismatic former captain come to be so loved by the Hammers faithful? Why did…

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Noble appeals for peace at home games

West Ham captain Mark Noble has pleaded with the club’s fans to behave in the five remaining home matches of the season.

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Real answers please – not political window dressing

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s meeting with Karren Brady yesterday looks very much like the tea and biscuits meeting  he’d claimed he wanted to avoid. Much has been said about the move to the stadium and I was among those who opposed it. Sadly it went ahead and despite all the frustration and irritation that’s […]

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Manu leaves a tiny question mark over future

It didn’t take long did it – Manu Lanzini scored for Argentina against Italy…is pictured with Messi and is wanted by Barcelona! Big sigh. International weeks need to be treated with all sorts of caution …players’ lips are loosened when away from their clubs and rumours circulate quicker than time! I was in fact was […]

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Moyes decision made

David Moyes will get another season to sort out the West Ham mess IF he saves the Irons from relegation. It has become par for the course that long term contracts are a non starter with the amounts of compensation involved for failure these days. And a year’s deal is the best Moyes can expect […]

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Vardy is among 10 fastest players in PL history… but who is top?

Among the surprising speed merchants on the all-time list are Carl Jenkinson, Chelsea centre back Antonio Rudiger — who is the fourth fastest player this season — and forward Hugo Rodallega.

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Rice decision is bad news

Declan Rice’s decision not to even consider swapping alleigance from the Republic to England is a blow for Gareth Southgate and whoever follows him into the international manager’s job. Assuming I can find a stream, I’ll be tuning into the Republic v Turkey game tonight hoping Dec will be playing as I consider him the […]

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Man United confirm Ibrahimovic exit ahead of Galaxy move

With a move to MLS giants LA Galaxy seemingly imminent, the Swedish striker has officially broken his link with the Red Devils

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Collins sweats it out

James Collins is facing a scan on a possible hamstring injury this afternoon after leaving the action against Dagenham and Redbridge in last night’s friendly at the Chigwell Construction Stadium. ‘Ginge’ has appeared to become particularly injury prone this season but left last night’s action seemingly as a precautionary measure. He is understood to have […]

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Antonio reckons he has the goals to keep us up

Michael Antonio grabbed a couple of goals in last night’s fund raising friendly for Dagenham and Redbridge and then declared: “I’ve feel I’ve got the goals in me to keep West Ham up.” The striker is arriving back at his best form and also believes the trip to Miami has helpd the lads explaining that […]

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London Stadium decision makers refuse to take the blame

Former London Legacy Development Corporations Chairman David Edmonds and Neale Coleman have given evidence at the London Assembly today. Both said they didn’t agree with all the conclusions from the Moore Stephens stadium report commissioned by the London Mayor and defended they own decisions. Coleman said certain decisions were above his pay grade and both Ken […]

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Top Hammers prospect looks set for Daggers clash

Exciting Nathan Holland could well be making a first team appearance against Dagenham and Redbridge in tonight’s friendly. The flying teenage winger is fully recovered from the hamstring injury which hit him last year and is looking to make a real impact against the National League club in a match organised to help their finances. […]

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Karren Brady to give it a year

West Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady will star in her own TV show on ITV next month called ‘Give it a year’ With an unfortunate title and very unfortunate timing, the programme will see Brady set tough targets for new businesses only to return one year later to see what progress they have made. Outside of her directorship at […]

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Hammers need a licence to kill!

  By Allen Cummings   How many of us sat watching the Wigan v Southampton cup tie with our ‘wannabe’ managerial hats on? I studiously assessed our next premier league opponents, trying to weigh up what we faced in possibly our biggest game of the season so far. On the face of it the Saints’ […]

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Brady apologises for Hammers’ predicament

West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady has issued a public apology for the club’s problems on and off the pitch, and said the board takes full responsibility for the Hammers’ predicament.

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Pundits’ promotion, relegation verdicts

There may be a depleted Premier League programme this weekend, but it still looks a crucial one in deciding who will be in the top flight next season.

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Throwback Thursday: 2006: A Cup Run That Dreams Were Made Of

In this week’s edition of our weekly Throwback segment, we hear from John, 40 and a lifelong West Ham United supporter and Season Ticket holder about the magic of an FA Cup run. “Long campaigns in football’s oldest competition are often underestimated these days, with league and other competitions being prioritised, that certainly seems to be the case in the Premier League anyway. I’m too young really to remember my team’s…

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West Ham players venture out from hotel

West Ham players returned to Miami beach this afternoon after training all morning but decided to keep their clothes on this time after intense media attention when they sunned themselves on Tuesday afternoon after training.  Andy Carroll, Mark Noble, Declan Rice, Aaron Cresswell and Jordan Hugill were all photographed by paps as they ventured out […]

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West Ham warm weather training Miami trip explained

They say a picture paints a thousand words so it is unfortunate to see images of West Ham players sunning themselves on Miami beach in the tabloid laughing and rubbing sun cream into each other as they sun themselves. The timing is awful from a PR perspective after an awful week in the media in […]

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Moyes: Miami trip can galvanise us

David Moyes hopes West Ham’s warm-weather training camp in Miami will help galvanise the squad ahead of their crucial Premier League run-in.

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West Ham vow to issue life-time bans to pitch invaders

West Ham have vowed to issue life bans to the fans who invaded the pitch during Saturday’s 3-0 defeat by Burnley. The game was marred by four separate pitch invaders at the London Stadium.

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Hammer caught up in Lyon fake interest claims

An unnamed agent says that Marseille were forced to pay far more to Patrice Evra and eventually sign the left-back because of fake interest from Lyon which was made up by President Jean Michel Aulas French media claim. Media outlet France Football says: “Lyon and Aulas claimed to be interested in the French international right up […]

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A game of fine margins

By Allen Cummings Never before has football and football clubs been so much at the mercy of ‘fine margins’. There is so much money at stake in the modern game now, the difference between winning and losing, or winning and drawing, can ultimately define the very future of a football club in today’s game. Indeed, […]

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Di Canio refuses to help David Sullivan

Former Hammer Paolo Di Canio insists he would never return to West Ham in any capacity while David Sullivan is co-owner. On Sky Sports Italia, former Chelsea player Gianluca Vialli asked Di Canio that he could see himself “running to help your team in the future.” But the former West Ham captain, who previously managed Sunderland, delivered […]

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